Chipping away on A Blanket of Many Colors. The squares closest to you are now joined together. I tried stitching them initially, but decided I didn't like the look and so returned crocheting them together...which is what I do 99% of the time. I like the ridge that's created on the front side.
Row 2 is laid out needing one more square each for the left block (teal green center) and blue on the right side, while melon will be the primary color in the middle block.
The baby blanket is growing nicely too. In my last picture there 71 stitches on the needles, now there are 100. It measured 20 inches previously and is now 31 inches, and you can start to see the blue fading, getting lighter and some white is now showing up. Stay tuned.Yet another WWII book, this book, "The Things we Cannot Say is by Kelly Rimmer. I've read others she's written and have enjoyed them all todate. Warsaw 1942 15 year old Alina with plans to marry her best friend, Tomasz doesn't understand what war does to people, to family, to friends, to neighbors. The cruelty of war is hard lesson to learn. Secrets abound. I highly recommend this book in either it's written format or audio. Personally, I enjoy audio far more than reading. I like to do multiple things at the same time, knitting, cleaning, walking and listening for example. PLUS...I like the drama that you hear and feel with audio books, for me missing when you read. To hear the accents and how words and names are pronounced is more to my liking.
I've continued my quest to walk or ride bikes almost daily and to do planks 2 days running with the 3rd day being an off day. I can't say this has been 100% of the time in these past 2 weeks but, pleased to say I'm hitting 95%. Good luck to all trying to exercise. Let's encourage each other.